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The statistical signal processing group

Projects

The Statistical Signal Processing Group (SSPG) is involved in a wide variety of research projects. Below are listed some of the current and past projects of the group.

Active

Project name Funding org
Detection of explosives and narcotics using spectroscopic techniques, 2005-01-01 - 2011-12-31
This project is concerned with the reliable detection of concealed explosives and narcotics using spectroscopic techniques. The project is multi-disciplinary, combining signal processing and quantum chemistry, in a close collaboration between Lund and Uppsala Universities, the NQR Group at King's College London, and researchers at the Swedish Defence Research Agency.
VR, US NSF, Carl Trygger's foundation
Signal Processing for Magnetic and Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy and Imaging, 2007-01-01 - 2010-12-31
The project aims at initiating and developing a research collaboration and an exchange program between the Magnetic Resonance Systems Research (MRSR) Lab at Stanford University, USA, the Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance (NQR) group at King’s College London, UK, the Dept. of Information Technology at Uppsala University, Sweden, and the Dept. of Mathematical Statistics at Lund University, Sweden. The program involves the entire spectrum of researchers, from graduate students to senior researchers.
STINT
Efficient and accurate estimation of pitch frequencies, 2009-01-01 - 2009-12-31
The project aims at improving the estimation of fundamental frequencies in speech and audio signals, being an important problem in a wide variety of applications, such as telecommunication, audio coding, automatic music transcription and music classification. This project is part of a collabotion between the universities in Lund and Aalborg.
Bergvall's foundation
Stand-off detection of explosives - DETEX, 2007-01-01 - 2010-12-31
Vinnova

Finished

Project name Funding org
Patenting of multichannel NQR sensing technology
Innovationsbron